Prof. (Dr.) Peter Lim Huat Chye
MBBS, M Med (Surgery), D. Urol (Lond), FAMS (Urol), FICS, AM, M.I. Urol (Honorary) (London)

Prof. (Dr.) Peter Lim is a Senior Consultant and the Medical Director of Andrology, Urology & Continence Centre at Gleneagles Hospital, Singapore. Prof. (Dr.) Peter Lim is also the Adjunct Professor (Men’s Health) at Edith Cowan University, Western Australia. He is President of the Society for Men’s Health (Singapore). Prof. (Dr.) Peter Lim is also President of the Society for Continence, Singapore, President of the Asia-Pacific Continence Advisory Board and the Asian Society for Female Urology. Graduating with an MBBS from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Singapore in 1975, Prof. (Dr.) Peter Lim went on to obtain his Mastership in Advanced Surgery, from the same university in 1980. 

From 1987 to 1988 he completed Advanced Urology Training at the University of Edinburgh (Western General Hospital), in the UK. His previous positions include Chief of the Department of Urology at Changi General Hospital (1997-2000) and Head of the Division of Urology at Toa Payoh Hospital (1991-1997). Prof. (Dr.) Peter Lim also served as a Visiting Consultant at the National University Hospital of Singapore for 3 years previously. He is a member of many international societies, including the American Urological Society, the International Society for Impotence Research and the International Society for the Study of the Aging Male. Prof. (Dr.) Peter Lim has also served on the editorial boards of various journals, including the Singapore Medical Journal and the Annals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore. Himself the author of many articles published in peer-review journals, Prof. (Dr.) Peter Lim has also contributed to nine previous books. 

His research interests and specialties include andrology, erectile dysfunction, incontinence and general urology. Amongst honours conferred on him are the Honorary Membership of the Institute of Urology, London (1992) and the Singapore Urological Association Lectureship of the Year 2001. He received the Best Scientist of the Year Award by the International Research Promotion Council in 2003 for applied clinical research he did with Professor Giles Brindley of the University of London.